The fair promoting healthy and sustainable lifestyles, Natura Malaga is set to bring over 150 businesses together this weekend. The companies will be focused on healthy lifestyles and responsible consumption and be at the fair from April 1st to April 3rd. The fair will take place at Malaga’s main exhibition and conference centre.
They will host an extensive programme with over 120 activities. Some of these will include cooking classes, special talks, family workshops, yoga, and more. Natura Baby is one of the businesses returning and they will share tips around baby care, pregnancy, parenting, and more. There will also be conferences on sustainable food, tourism, and entrepreneurship.
In addition, there will be family activities to enjoy like workshops on how to create seed bombs, recover species, conserve marine diversity, develop urban gardens, recycle, and more. On the open day, the fair will focus on the professional aspects with a focus on food, sustainable tourism, and entrepreneurship. They will host the Gastrocampus Innovation Initiative which is promoted by the University of Malaga.
The meeting will address the consumption of conventional or processed foods, ecological nutrition, and the impact of food on wellbeing from a scientific perspective. The fair started today at 7 am and ends at 8 pm. It opens again on Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 8 pm and 11 am to 7 pm. The day tickets cost four euros if you buy them online. If you purchase tickets at the door, you will have to pay five euros. Tickets for the three days cost eight euros online or 10 euros at the door. All children under the age of 12 enter for free.